maybe you can help me out finding a good and save notebook working with audio and vital of course.
I actually have a Desktop DAW which runs perfect. And I had a notebook (HP ZBook 16 G2), which was messy…
at least i think that notebook had some issues by graphics. I’m not 100% shure… Tests and Benchmarks always had no errors. But I had Prob’s in Ableton and black screens form Vital VST.
…so this one is going to leave me…
By Time I learned some points to focus on…
-don’t buy a notebook with NVIDIA Card because of driver latency issues causing audio spikes
(I have had big latency on both Desktop and Notebook… so I think not to buy a Notebook with NVIDIA should be a good idea…)
if there are NVIDIA graphics without that latency issue please give me a sign, mentioning which one is yours maybe including a scree of latencyMon
in all websites focusing on audio spikes and getting lower latencies, just nvidia is mentioned… there is no talk about intel or amd graphics.
so maybe it really just happens with nvidia cards?
it’s about the internal power optimization in the driver… this causes that latency… several tweaks didn’t really fix this point…
they really lowered the latency, like 10 times lower, but maybe a different brand is still the better way for not getting latency by graphic process.
- i’ve read at ableton, that min. Processor Power should be over 2 Ghz, RAM shoulb be best at 16 GB - I think 32 GB should be better.
Is there anything else I should keep in mind?
This one fits to all circumstances.[https://www.notebooksbilliger.de/lenovo+thinkpad+e15+gen+2+20td0000ge+691672](http:// Lenovo ThinkPad E15 Gen 2 20TD0000GE - 15,6" FHD IPS, Intel Core i7-1165G7, 16GB…)
What Do you think about it?
It should run absolutely perfect with ableton and vital… That’s what I’m aiming at
Thanks for your advice!